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    12/07/2011 | Round Up Those CW QSOs in the ARRL CW Rookie Roundup

    The ARRL’s Rookie Roundup comes around again on Sunday, December 18! This time, the focus is on CW operation. The Rookie Roundup is an on-the air event is designed for newly licensed amateurs to build their HF and 6 meter operating skills. Similar to the
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    08/08/2011 | Attention RTTY Rookies: The 2011 RTTY Rookie Roundup Is Here!

    For the first time since the Rookie Roundup came into being last year, the digital modes will get their day in the Sun: On August 21, the Rookie Roundup meets RTTY! “Created to give the budding operator a place to learn about contesting at an easier pace,
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    04/06/2011 | Rev Up The Rookies: The 2011 SSB Rookie Roundup Is Here!

    Newly licensed amateurs will once again be the focus of attention on Sunday, April 17 as the ARRL Rookie Roundup enters its second year. Created to give the budding operator a place to learn about contesting at an easier pace, the ARRL Rookie Roundup is a
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    12/08/2010 | Saddle Up for the 2010 CW Rookie Roundup!

    The ARRL’s newest on-the-air operating event -- the Rookie Roundup -- is designed to help newly licensed amateurs build their operating skills on HF. This is a contest specifically for those new to Amateur Radio, similar to the ARRL Novice Roundup that ra
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    08/11/2010 | Rookies to Raid the Airwaves for Second SSB Rookie Roundup

    With the rip-roaring success of the first-ever ARRL Rookie Roundup this past April -- modeled on the popular Novice Roundups from a decade or two ago -- the ARRL is pleased to announce that a second Rookie Roundup is this coming this Sunday, August 15 fro
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    04/08/2010 | The First Rookie Roundup -- Coming April 18!

    The ARRL's newest contest -- the Rookie Roundup -- is getting a lot of buzz among newly-licensed amateurs. Designed as a modern equivalent to the ARRL Novice Roundup from a few decades ago, this new incarnation combines a competitive event with some on-th
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